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are talking cheetahs, komodo dragons and friendly tigers. jack hanna where anything can happen. the columbus zoo and aquarium and the host of the emmy-winning jack hanna's in to the wild and the his animals are literally eating my studio. jack, welcome. jack, am i going to die here. >> no, you shouldn't die but if you were going to die these are the animals that would do it. >> these are siberian tigers. >> what age can they kill a man. >> at 22 months they weigh 2200 pounds. they were hunted for their coats but you can imagine this animal is 600 pounds. >> they look strong already. >> they are very strong. they could put a hole through your arm right now. >> can they bite? >> oh, yeah, they can bite. these animals are a species survival plan. and they have chips in them. this animal and could be three to six months could go to a zoo in australia, europe, they are to keep them fresh the thing is they are so rare that we have to know exactly what the breeding program will be for the creature. >> why are you not remotely scared of them? sgles that's a good question. if i find myself afraid or
swiftly. nice to meet the tiger cubs. >> they were born at the columbus zoo. >> we're going to bring out -- what is this? >> this cat here is something -- you can even hold this cat. if he bites you, won't hurt bad. >> you know what, you just hang on to that. this is a caracal. in egypt in the tombs -- in the pyramids. >> like a sphinx. >> exactly. >> because the pharaohs used to dry to domesticate this animal years ago. >> he's biting your arm. >> you saw how big the tigers were, full grown, they won't get that thick, you can see how thin it is. look at the ears, i don't mean worship the animal, but it reptded -- represented royalty back then. i'm sure a lot of people lost their hand trying to domesticate this cat. what's unique about this cat is one of the only cats in the world that can jump ten feet in the air and catch a bird flying. >> ten feet? >> only seen them twice in the wild. they live out in the jungles, the plains of kenya, tanzania, that part of the world. they don't exist much hardly up in egypt anymore. they lay down, watch for a bird and go plopping like that. because o
that there are over 300 million guns in america, with the shooting just this afternoon, at columbus circle, 200 yards from the studio. execution style hit. most people didn't seem that bothered by it. it wasn't that shocking. in britain, it would be the biggest story for weeks. it's such an endemic gun culture that almost no outrage seems to register with people. >> it's unfortunate where if it's a high-profile tragedy like in aurora, colorado, people talk about it a lot and then the story fades away. you have not seen a lot of political will on either side of the aisle toward actually changing the laws around guns. i think the point that bob costas has made in his remarks since his initial sunday night football discussion of guns is that there's the cultural issue in terms of people seeing guns as a solution to problems. it often causes more problems. i don't know there's a legislative solution that either party wants to put in place to change people's legal access to guns. i think it's much more how people culturally view guns that will need to shift to prevent tragedy. >> gary, i have a certain re
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